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, starbucks! while the world's biggest coffee chain has been celebrating all month, it officially turns 40 tomorrow. thanks to starbucks, a "half-caf grande dry cap" is now part of our vocabulary. but, three years ago, starbucks was in bad shape. profits were down, so founder howard schulz returned as c.e.o. to save the company. he details that comeback in his new book out today. it's called "onward: how starbucks fought for its life without losing its soul." earlier today, i spoke with schulz and began by asking what others can learn from his story. >> the book really is -- it chronicles the last two years of starbucks' transformation, and also going through the financial crisis. but really, the essence of the book is trying to build shareholder value and at the same time, giving back to the communities we serve and recognizing that you must build value for your people, as well as building value for your shareholders. as a result of that, success and profitability will be greater. >> suzanne: and the last time you wrote and published a book, you stepped down from the c.e.o. position a few
roid rage. >>> starbucks, how the deal will benefit pete's and hits customers >> a richmond woman says that a man from her own neighborhood slit her threat, but police captain -- slit her throat. but police can't find him. she describes the a -- the attack to robert liles. >> reporter: she says she faced death. >> i said, who is it and nobody answered. second time. -- >> on the other side of the door was this 5 be -- 6-foot tall man who she sad seen at a yard sale. the woman was no match as her attacker burst through the front door quickly forcing her in the bedroom. >> it looked like that. i said -- and it's -- [ audio difficulty ] -- >> attempted to suffocate her. >> she blacked out for at least five minutes. >> when she woke up and was able to get off the bed, that's when he struck her on the head. >> i -- >> it's the blood vest tells in her eyes as the attacker gripped her neck a second time. >> i remember he hold my neck. >> she fought back. >> i -- >> that's when her attacker sliced her throat. she got out of that apartment and make it here to plead for help. it's out here that t
the danger. >> shot execution style. video, the suspect you will only see here. >> starbucks people, soon they could be one and the same. what that means for your cup of joe. >> going. idana king. >> progress in the race to prevents a nuclear meltdown. >> crews in japan say they are close to finishing a new power line that could restore cooling systems at that crippled plant. it is still dicey. charlie reports leaders worldwide say their biggest concerns is a lack of information >> reporter: buckets of water rain down. military helicopters douse the worst of the overheated reactors from above and water cannons are on their way. a group of employees work around the clock trying to cool the reactors, at the same time exposing themselves to possibly deadly doses of raidation. >> we believe levels extremely high which could possibly impact the ability to take corrective measure. >> reporter: officials report some help is on the way in the form of a new power line too take over the job. officials are facing worldwide criticism. the head of the un nuclear agency complains he isn't getting t
in the first order. >> it will kill american ingenuity. starbucks celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. to mark the occasion they are introducing a new logo and line of food. it is called more overpriced crap. no, just kidding. joe, over to you again. celebrates its 40th anniversary. that's like half your age. >> it really is. >> has it been that long? >> yeah, and if you buy a drink you will get free mini snacks so you will really get your money's worth. >> from a business standpoint, are they the perfect exam pill on location. does it matter if your product is overpriced and bitter? >> if starbucks comes into a bad neighborhood they do so much research the neighborhood gets better in years to come. people buy land and make a killing. >> actually i make fun of starbucks, but it employed millions of people, and it actually taught them customer service. i don't think i ever met -- there is a fly in here. i have never met a rude employee at starbucks. the thing i like is they convince college students to spend $4 on cough foe. -- coffee. some of them, that's their dinner. >> it killed of
)) still to come... coffee feens... you don't have to wait in those long lines at starbucks anymore.how the coffee maker is making it's product ore accessible. accessible.and general motors tell you how many jobs they're adding. ((bump out)) ((break 2)) a pakistani national who lives in maryland... is in federal custody now.he's accused of threating national security. crime and justice reporter joy lepola was in the courtroom for the detention hearing. hearing. ((pkg)) 45 year old nadeem akthar remainee silent during his detention hearing in federaa court. a pakistani national ... egally in the united states living in maryland. federal prosecutors allege... that for five years akthar... exxorted material to pakistan... illegally. 15:33:40 what do you think of these charges? no comments. do youuthink your loved one is being wrongly accused? no comments... akthar's attorney wouldn't diicuss the case either... 15:33:22 i can't make any comment sorry. a 39 page indictment details ... the case federal prosecutors are now pursuing. at the ccnter of it... nuclear materials and
: starbucks ceo howard shultz has seen his company through thick and thin. he's now brewing big plans for the future. >> couric: i like this. do you want to just take over the world? >> no. >> couric: sounds like it. 40 years of starbucks later on sunday morning. >> osgood: a brand new version of the movie arthur about to be released. the genuine brand name star is in the leading role. he'll take our serena altschul out for a spin. >> continuing on, this is grand central... sorry. >> reporter: remaking an academy award winning comedy like 1981's arthur is always a bit of a risk. >> it's my calling. >> reporter: then again for russell brand, the star and one of the executive producers of the new arthur.... >> to the future. >> reporter:... risk is nothing new. >> are you going to kill us? >> possibly. >> reporter: later on sunday morning, i just got kidnapped. an incredible journey with russell brand. >> osgood: liz taylor died this past week at the age of 79. this morning we'll be remembering her life and career both on and off the screen. she appeared in more than 50 movies, winning
passed. last month amazon made the same threat. >>> starbucks are in talks to aquer pete's coffee. starbucks is seeking to buy pete's within the next 18 months. they have 192 stores and a loyal falling. >> i hope it's untrue. starbucks is a big corporation. doesn't have the personal touch. >> he was reported to be the inspiration for starbucks starbucks. >>> the voting is underway right now on jerry brown's budget and parts of the plan have failed. ktvu's ken pritchett is live now with what could be a long process here. ken? >> reporter: a bill that would have eliminated redevelopment agencies failed but they will take another crack at it. they are voting on a series of bills, 20 bills. so they will not finish tonight. they have already voted on one bill to cut social services. but a road block lies ahead. a vote that would put texenths tensions before voters in june. >> we are bankrupt. so this is not going to fix it. you will be back here again in 6 months. it was the first to take up the governor's budget. the senate followed suit after. democrats say they will pass $12 million
, the ceo of starbucks. >> he has a new book out called onward. >> growth and success at such a high level covered up our mistakes and growth became a strategy as opposed to a tactic and we got a little carried away with ourselves. >> and although i wasn't the ceo i was as culpable as anyones else, because i was the chairman an honestly i came back because of love of the company, my responsibility and the last two years have been perhaps the most rewarding of the last 30. >> what is next for libya and howard schultz on the future of starbucks when we continue. >> funding for charlie rose was provided by the following. >> >> every story needs a hero we can all root for, who beats the odds and comes out on top, but this isn't just a hollywood storyline, it is happening every day all across america, every time a storefront opens, or the midnight oil is is burn and when someone chase as dream, not just a dollar, they are small business owners, so if you want to root for a real hero, support small business, shop small. >> additional funding provided by these funders. >> and by bloomberg a provi
. starbucks was not in this market. perhaps a licensing? but this is the u.n. force are starbucks because 80 percent of the consumers do not have single-cup brewers. and this is boy meets girl. both stocks were up. i like this and i've been waiting for starbucks to with a nice rebound. >>catherine: the controversy and wisconsin. stay with us. [ wheezing breaths ] [ woman ] the first time i smoked, i was 13. i was in a hurry to grow up and wanted to look cool. big tobacco knew it, and they preyed on me. i'm here to tell you that big tobacco hasn't changed. they continue to profit... by selling kids the same lies... to get them to use... the same deadly products. don't be big tobacco's next victim. >>pam: of 4:30, a teenager job of the golden gate bridge and survived. kate thompson joins us live from the location. kate? >> the california highway patrol said says a 70 year- old was on the field trip. windsor high-school a 17 year-old teenager. . this was for children in
of starbucks when we continue. >> funding for charlie rose was provided by the following. >> >> every story needs a hero we can all root for, who beats the odds and comes out on top, but this isn't just a hollywood storyline, it is happening every day all across america, every time a storefront opens, or the midnight oil is is burn and when someone chase as dream, not just a dollar, they are small business owners, so if you want to root for a real hero, small busi,or smal business, shop small. >> additional funding provided by these funders. >> and by bloomberg a provider of multimedia news an information services worldwide. >> captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> good evening, i am al hunt of bloomberg news, filling in for charlie whose who is on assignment in jakarta, indonesia. >> president obama addressed the nation monday evening to defend the libya, the assault on libya. >> libya at this particular moment, we were faced with the prospect of violence on a horrific scale. we had a unique ability to stop that violence, an
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instant coffee. starbucks versus takester's >>> take a look at this new video of a tornado that hit southern louisiana over the weekend. it shows the storm's power. a security camera caught this video. you can see the store employee standing in front of the store there, only seconds before the power was knocked out and the door is blown wide open. one person was killed. 150 homes were also damaged. >>> montgomery county officials are hoping to join the district in adding a tax on grocery bags. county executive ike leg it introduced a proposal that would create a 5-cent fee for paper or plastic bags in the grocery stores. he says it would reduce waste on the roads, and encourage people to bring reusable bags. the measure goes before the full counsel. if approved, it would raise more than $1 million used for litter clean-up in the first year. >>> man's best friend could become man's best dinner date in maryland. lawmakers there are considering a bill that would allow people to bring their dogs to outdoor patios and restaurants in the state. it's currentlily illegal to do so, and resta
from the starbucks tip jar. the person who tried to stop him, is now dead. it is all caught on tape. the horrific case, against starbucks, is up later. plus the death toll rising in a horrifying new york city bush crash. 15 people are now dead. it was 14. another person has just been added to that list. and coming up, new questions who was responsible for this horrendous accident. >> did you see people whose bodies were actually -- >> yes, yes. about 15, maybe 20 people. >> i put my hand in on the neck. >> no pulse? >> no, nothing. maine and buttery rock lobster tails and eleven more choices, each served with a salad and unlimited cheddar bay biscuits. come celebrate lobsterfest right now at red lobster. megyn: fox news alert, the white house press pwraoeufg briefing s underway. something unusual has taken place today. gregory glascow is answering questions about the nuclear worry in japan. we need to watch this because we care about the japanese and care about what happens right here domestically. let's take a quick listen. >> bottom line right now we believe that the plant tph-s t
giant areva about safety concerns for the industry. coffee chain starbucks is reportedly talking with rival peet's coffee and tea about a possible takeover. rumors about the two companies have been floating around wall street for months. last week, starbucks made a deal with green mountain coffee roasters to sell its ground beans for those keurig single- cup brewers. analysts say if starbucks were to buy peet's, it could double or triple the size of that business over the next few years. it looks like goldman sachs could soon be doing more business in russia. russian president dmitry medvedev met with goldman chief lloyd blankfein in moscow today. the topic-- goldman's possible participation in a direct investment fund aimed at attracting foreign capital to russia. in the past, investors stayed away from russia because of rampant government corruption and red tape. when it comes to education, states should pay more attention to productivity. so says tonight's commentator, jamie merisotis, president and c.e.o. of the lumina foundation. >> america is home to some of the most produc
from starbucks. starbucks has been making moves lately to fine its coffee in shopping centers and peet's, which has a presence there, would be a chance for starbucks to get in there. about a 2% pop on a day where everything else was lower. netflix today answering the question, what will it do next? announcing plans to try and buy the rights to original tv programming. this has been tried in the past by cable networks. netflix is being charged by providers who want more of the cash netflix is making if it creates or buys, netflix could avoid having to deal with the studios and you would get to keep a little more money. >>> topping health news, a bay area woman is getting her life back there's to a breakthrough in parken son's research. a new treatment can decrease the shaking most patients deal with. she says the procedure is giving her back the things she loves in life. >> sharon of san francisco is doing something she couldn't a year and a half ago. walk without shaking. >> i was shaking so much that i couldn't lift a fork or a wine glass to my, it was like this. >> her tremors were s
the wine store. >>> and starbucks next big idea. blue diamond almonds! more bold flavor! more variety! more of what you want... not what you don't. blue diamond almonds... more than a snack. >>> 4:58 is the time. there may already be a starbucks over corner, but the coffee company is still looking to k3 band at its annual shareholder meeting, starbucks said it wants to build on the popularity of grocery store products introducing new teas and juices at your local supermarket. they're also looking for international growth but primarily in china. >>> maryland wine lovers could soon have bottles shipped directly to their doors from the vineyard. two bills are moving new that would legalize wine shipments to maryland homes, but only from wineries, not from retail stores. the senate and house will hear the finalized proposals hater today in annapolis. >>> and next weekend you have the chance to try out for one of the longest running reality tv shows in history. mtv's real world. the show's creators are holding a casting call a week from saturday for the 26th season. the audition will be held at
at this 41% spike, taking the stock to an all-time high. it will start selling starbucks coffee and tazo tea brands for its single-cup brewing system. starbucks got a jolt out of the deal, too, fueling this 10% jump. this brings starbucks to its highest price since late 2006. and that's tonight's "market focus." >> susie: there's a new player in the business of rating the credit quality of companies and financial institutions-- kroll bond ratings. jules kroll is best known for doing investigative intelligence work for corporations. but now, he wants to shake things up in an industry that's been blamed for the financial crisis. i him asked why he decided to get into the ratings game. >> it is a system that is at the heart of the capitalist system. there is 11 trillion-- 11 trillion dollars worth of bonds that are out there in terms of mortgages. and we have to, to get the system going again, we have to find a way to have those properly financed and traded. >> susie: how is your approach going to be different than let's say s&p and moody's. >> to sum it up in two words, due diligence. we are a
couples will start taking each other for granted, and starbucks offering up free goodies. shawn yancy has your fox 5 top 5. >> we're starting off tonight with changes to america's favorite cups of coffee. as starbucks turns 40 it's getting a face lift with a new logo you'll see on the cup. they're also launching starbucks petites, you can get samples tomorrow through saturday between 2:00 and 5:00 p.m. all you have to do is buy a drink. number 4, the seven year itch has been replaced by the three-year glitch. a study finds that's when couples start taking each other for grant and did may get a wandering eye. some of the reasons blamed for the lack of passion, weight gain, hygiene and a lack of roman or sex. >>> number 3, as children get older their brains are more able to deflect peer pressure. when kids are 10 and 13 years old, and they saw a progression, but more research needs to be done to identify direct links to how the adolescent brain develops. >>> number 2, are you ready to pay $4 for a gallon of gasoline this summer? the us energy administration says there's a 25% chance that wi
"the new york times," andrew ross sorkin and starbucks ceo howard shultz and "the washington post" eugene robinson coming up. up next, an exclusive first look inside the political playbook. first, let's go to meteorologist ginger zee from wmaq in chicago for a check on the forecast. >> good morning, everyone. severe thunderstorms will bring hail, damaging winds and tornadoes to the areas you saw there shaded in yellow. eastern oklahoma, parts of eastern texas and into louisiana and arkansas. the big storm is going to brew today and it's going to make its way over to the northeast by thursday but it's a mild morning. 31 in philly now ending up at 52. new york, you'll see more sun than clouds and a high around 44. the nation is going to be very busy today weatherwise and we'll track it for you. until then, you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. i'm good about washing my face. but sometimes i wonder... what's left behind? [ female announcer ] introducing purifying facial cleanser from neutrogena® naturals. developed with dermatologists... it's clinically proven to remove
starts 5:30. fort mason san francisco. >> attention starbucks lovers, the promise the chain is making on prices coming up. >>> nuts a recall involving a favorite snack. salmonella concerns effecting a certain brand of peanut butter. >> the market opened 10 minutes ago a quick check of early numbers. good news, green arrows across the board, coming up, to jason brooks. stay right there ,,,, >> so, ah, your seat good? got the mirrors all adjusted? you can see everything ok? just stay off the freeways, all right? i don't want you going out on those yet. and leave your phone in your purse, i don't want you texting. >> daddy... ok! ok, here you go. be careful. >> thanks dad. >> and call me--but not while you're driving. we knew this day was coming. that's why we bought a subaru. >>> welcome back this morning. big story is the wind but as you can see, we've got a nice cloud deck out there as well. the view from our mount vacca sky cam. as you can see the sunrise starting off a beautiful day but cool when you factor in the wind. let's look at wind speeds area wide, gusts upwards of 50 miles
lovers: the cost of coffee beans has jolted higher this year. many large chains like starbucks have been able to absorb the higher prices, but not so at smaller retailers. erika miller visited one new york city coffee store today to see if even higher prices are are percolating. >> reporter: for many americans, coffee breaks are a daily ritual. >> i'm a coffee freak. i like the taste. it's not just the caffeine. >> reporter: it's a habit that is becoming more expensive at oren's daily roast and other coffee stores nationwide. c.e.o. oren bloostein has had to raise prices twice in the last six months. >> for a cup of coffee, we raised between five cents for, say, a drip and ten cents for an espresso beverage. the beans, 75 cents to a dollar. >> reporter: part of the reason the price of coffee is going up is more consumers are drinking it, thanks to an improving global economy. at the same time, coffee supplies worldwide are the lowest on record. so, coffee futures are at a 34- year high, closing in on $3 a pound. they've more than doubled in the past year. commodity trader alan knuckman t
agreeing to distribute starbuck's coffee and teas for its single serving keurig systems. starbucks shares shot up 10%. blockbuster has won approval to sell itself to a group of hedge funds for $290 million. the ruling prevents immediate liquidation of the embattled rental chain's assets. >>> finally, one illinois man is fueling up for a marathon at the the golden arches. he plans to beat his best time for the 2276 mile run after 30 days of eating all three meals at mcdonald's. he is not officially sponsored by the fast food chain, but he is raising money for the ronald mcdonald house charities. >>> a dunk just have to see, plus the five-game losing streak finally ends for the heat. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> good morning. if you're just waking up, this is "early today." in sports, the heat decided to the take it down to the wire last night in their showdown with the lakers. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> happy friday morning. the misery of a five-game losing streak is over for the heat. they stepped up in a bi
mastis. >> many of you remember the starbucks murders in dc. will after that is correct the store reopened and starbucks donated the proceeds to nonviolence programs. people told us they hope the lululemon will reopen. that store has been closed until further notice. >>> we have an update on a shooting of a man shot in the stomach that died. police say it happened around 4 this afternoon in the 3400 block of north high street. they say the man was walking home from work and was behind the mcdonald's on georgia avenue when he was shot. people nearby heard the shooting and called police but no one saw what happened. police are look for an older model beige camry that was seen leaving the area headed towards georgia avenue. >>> u.s. and coalition jets fired at least another dozen cruise missiles at targets inside libya today. it is an effort to widen the no- fly zone over the country. today's assault comes after a punishing weekend of air strikes. allies took out planes and tanks and fired a pis missile at cay -- missile at qaddafi'scompound. it's to establish the no-fly zone. right
the exemption this morning. >>> coffee loyalists told ktvu that they are not pleased with reports that starbucks will it reports starbucks is seeking to buy piece with in 18 months -- buy pete's within 18 months. >>> annual effort is underway to find homes for dozens of dogs. chihuahua lovers might say wow about one deal being offered. >>> a storm is brewing in the bay area. meteorologist mark tamayo will tell us when and where to expect wet weather tomorrow. >>> if there is no tv nearby, you can watch bay area news at 7:00 on your computer. we are streaming live on the web at ktvu.com. >> in san francisco today hundreds of homeless people lined up to get haircuts, eye exams, and legal in all for free and all in one place. they turned up with a the 30th annual homeless connect event at bill graham auditorium. other offerings included massages, will chair repair and counseling. since the program started in 2004, homelessness has declined 40%. >>> meteorologist mark tamayo is here to talk about some rain. >> a little bit of a break. we have more storms showing up in the pacific that will impact th
home with such quality ". starbucks customers will soon have access to even more premium content. yes p.m., the economist, a media bistro and marvel comics have signed on as the latest content providers in partners in the starbucks digital network. the customers will get subscription and access to the sites for free. big deal. the kron 4 news at 5:00 coming up next, stay with us. >>pam: sliding rocks in the east and south bay. kron 4 brings you all angles of the conditions and shows you what to expect in the coming days. here is a live look at the storm tracker, you could see where ever there is grain that's a sign of the brain. kron 4 jacqueline tells us what it all means tonight. >>jacqueline: the areas of grain to talk about, those indicate scattered showers this afternoon. if continuing to see sunbreaks and the crane rolls and. for going to see conditions like these for the next several hours. there's the core of the storm, were continuing to the steady flow of
unusual combinations in formula banking and retail just minutes ago where you walk into a starbucks and on the other side of the starbucks, you are complemented by full set of banking services provided by wells fargo. i thought that was a little bit over the top. it speaks to some of the concerns expressed by members of the public. i think it's going a little bit too far. president olague: wanted to mention of a couple of things -- four weeks ago we had the conversation -- i think it was a follow-up meeting where people were invited and i understand there was a good discussion. is there going to be a follow-up to that? >> nothing is scheduled right now. staff is working on the housing element. once you adopt the housing element today, we're happy to work on that. [laughter] president olague: on one of our monday meetings, we will check in on that. i know there was a list of things they wanted staff to look at and possibly bring back to us for amendments. i wanted to get the status on that. the census, will be scheduling -- we should be scheduling a hearing or discussion on the sense
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